Tietzowsee

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Tietzowsee
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Location Rheinsberg Lake Region, Brandenburg
Coordinates 53°10′4.5″N12°52′34.57″E / 53.167917°N 12.8762694°E / 53.167917; 12.8762694 Coordinates: 53°10′4.5″N12°52′34.57″E / 53.167917°N 12.8762694°E / 53.167917; 12.8762694
Primary outflows Jagowkanal
Basin  countriesGermany
Surface area44 ha (110 acres)
Max. depth8 m (26 ft)

The Tietzowsee is a lake in the Rheinsberg Lake Region in the German state of Brandenburg. It covers and area of 44 hectares (110 acres) within the municipality of Rheinsberg.

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